Question about Chevrolet Silverado 1500
The easiest way to do it, is to unbolt the entire shaft down and take it inside to a vise, press or whatever you have, knock out the pins, and drive in the new ones. A 6 inch vise is a must , or bigger, and sockets for driving, and torches, and a press, If it is the back that is clicking, when you pull it down see if it is free to move, most likely it is not. But most people would replace both, front and rear at the same time, you could just get the parts and take the whole thing to a shop, let them press it together and take it back home and bolt it up, save you a lot of time and trouble. Be careful not to squish the shaft, it is soft. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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